People say that police officers are genociding blacks, using any excuse to shoot them or kneel on their necks, but this black has been arrested 100 times, and he’s still alive!
How can this be?!
This is the moment a man pushes over an elderly woman on a New York street, causing her to fall over and apparently hit her head on a fire hydrant.
Surveillance footage from the incident shows the moment the pair are about to cross paths on 3rd Avenue between 15th and 16th Street in Manhattan on Friday at 3.23pm.
The suspect – seen in the footage wearing a purple or blue T-shirt and patterned shorts – then extends his arm to hit the woman.
Cops have since arrested Rashid Brimmage, 31, who has 103 prior arrests. He has been charged with assault.
He should be charged with some kind of hate crime too, because the woman is certainly not black.
Oh, wait, no. I just remembered that clear-skinned people cannot be victims of hate crimes or racism (unless they’re Jews), because of slavery or something like that.
The elderly woman, identified by the New York Post as a Bronx native named Geraldine, suffered some injuries and was taken to Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital. She is expected to recover.
She later told ABC in an interview: ‘I’m frightened to tears. I’m not going to walk there on my own, and it’s very upsetting. It’s very upsetting.’
‘I thought it was a brick or something like that,’ Geraldine said of the punch.
‘Hit me on the right scalp, on the right side of my head, and of course I fell down on the street. There were a couple of young women there. They helped me up. ‘
Geraldine showed a cut on her arm and bruises on her head after she hit it on the fire hydrant. The retired teacher said she was helped by two young women.
‘I’ve felt very safe in the city, and now, forget it. I’m afraid to go out,’ she said.
The real hero of this story is the black man who survived 103 arrests and counting, showing all young black men everywhere that the police are not out to kill them.
I hope they make statues of Rashid Brimmage.
Black Crime Matters.